Money v. Looks

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Famous Supreme Court case from about a decade ago, where it was decided just how shallow females tend to be in choosing their male suitors. After months of evidence and surprise witnesses out the wazoo, it was finally decided that Looks was winner by a vote of 6-5, with then Chief Justice Optimus Prime writing the main brief.

As for the rest of the rabble not covered under either category, we're effectively screwed.

Epilogue[edit]

After this decision was finally made, a follow up court case was set in front of the Justices to decide how shallow males were in their preferences for the opposite (or same) sex. In Looks v. Looks (1997), the decision was an unprecedented unanimous one, 11-0 in favor of Looks.


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